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|Enduring Values in _Death of a Salesman_||Document||2006-02-05||2006-02-14||2005-11-01|
|While the failure of the Lomans to prosper is partly an indictment of their way of life, below the surface of failure appear values that could help the Lomans to thrive. Miller states that his play depicts an absence of values, thereby provoking the audience to consider what the Loman family is missing. However, enduring principles are in fact modeled in _Salesman_.|